Candace Owens is a young, educated, and outspoken woman who refuses to be the kind of self-created victim that has become so popular among the young people of today. Her message of independence of thought and action is aimed especially at those like herself who are young people of color. She tells them to stop whining about the past and live in the here and now. We all have problems regardless of the hue of our skin. The difference is there are those who work to improve themselves and those who simply take repeated selfies of them complaining about things.
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Note how many white males are now attacking Ms. Owens. That is no accident. White males have long dominated the message and manipulation of Black Americans for generations through institutionalized education bias, music, film, and television. The shared foundation of these examples is spreading a message of victimization which in turn breeds a culture of reliance upon the white-dominated government masters to improve said victimized lives.
The Civil War ended more than 150 years ago but plantation slavery has persisted in the form of white victimization merchants who have beaten down minorities wanting to think for themselves. The modern Democrat Party and Establishment Media are the masters of that plantation and minority entertainers and politicians their too-willing puppets.
This is a big reason why Donald Trump, despite the false narrative pushed forward by the media that he is racist, is more popular among minorities than any Republican president in decades. Trump communicates the truth and doesn’t hide it under layers of political-speak. Due to Trump’s economic agenda minority unemployment has fallen to the lowest levels in U.S. history and economic freedom gives one the opportunity for true freedom and the Black community knows this. Donald Trump is the first American president who did not come from the white masters’ plantation. No prior president of the modern era can say that – including Barack Obama. Mr. Obama was given the full approval of the political plantation masters and Obama’s policies as president reflected that which in turn caused minority communities to suffer greatly.
With Donald Trump that suffering has lessened. Opportunity and freedom for minorities in America are on the rise as more and more choose to leave the plantation. Candace Owens is helping to lead others to that path of self-determination. Others should join her.